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Originally Posted by SpEcIeS dlopen: /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libGLcore.so: undefined symbol: _glapi_Dispatch Well, I was hoping someone else would answer, but I'll step a little beyond what I know to see if I ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpEcIeS View Post
    dlopen: /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libGLcore.so: undefined symbol: _glapi_Dispatch
    Well, I was hoping someone else would answer, but I'll step a little beyond what I know to see if I can help.

    I think _glapi_Dispatch is in /usr/lib/libGL.so (I grepped for it), which comes from the libmesagl1 package, though it may be named different under Ubuntu.

    Can you confirm that you have libmesagl1 installed and that it is complete and not corrupt?
    On an RPM system you could run this command to verify:
    rpm -V libmesagl1
    There probably is an equivalent for debian-package systems.

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    Have same problem - workaround

    Hello,

    i had the same problem. I use wine with Ubuntu Daper on Core T7200 Duo Laptop.
    I moved from the kernel 2.6.15-28-386 to 2.6.15-28-686 and wine starts to freeze.
    * moving from nvidia to vesa-driver -> no luck
    * set Hyperthreading-kernelswitch ht=on to ht=off -> no luck

    After moving back to 2.6.15-28-386 it worked again.

    The workaround ist to use the 386-kernel.
    (Linux version 2.6.15-28-386 (buildd@terranova) (gcc version 4.0.3 (Ubuntu 4.0.3-1ubuntu5)) #1 PREEMPT Thu May 10 09:45:43 UTC 2007)

    PS: I used wine_0.9.39~winehq0~ubuntu~6.06-1_i386.deb and wine_0.9.9-0ubuntu2_i386.deb

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    Minor kernel updates cause crash of any opengl app...

    According to the thread
    How to make your machine crash when running Wine
    any minor kernel update may cause all opengl apps,
    not just Wine, to crash if you're using proprietary graphics
    drivers and do not update them to match the kernel.

    The simplest opengl test app is 'glxgears'. If that doesn't run,
    neither will Wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankegel View Post
    According to the thread
    How to make your machine crash when running Wine
    any minor kernel update may cause all opengl apps,
    not just Wine, to crash if you're using proprietary graphics
    drivers and do not update them to match the kernel.

    The simplest opengl test app is 'glxgears'. If that doesn't run,
    neither will Wine.
    Of course, i had to recompile the driver for the 686-Kernel, but i compiled the driver for the 386-Kernel too. And mistakes here could not the reason, i tried it without nvidia-driver too (vesa).

    glxgears is working, but it use 100% CPU!? My mousepointer begins to jump instead of smooth moving. Glxgears itself looks fine with smooth and fast rotaiting gears.

    Tuxkart is working too - without using 100% CPU, here is everything fine.

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